IPSDI-Burundi is a national organisation created in 2011 in order to improve the living conditions of vulnerable communities, especially those in rural settings. IPSDI-Burundi promotes social wellbeing through sustainable development and emergency interventions in education, gender based violence and health, climate change, quick impact income generating activities, and capacity building and advocacy.
Able-Uganda was founded in 2014 as a community-based organisation in Western Uganda. Able-Uganda is working to improve the livelihoods of youth through vocational training, sustainable agriculture, socio economic empowerment, and the promotion of sexual and reproductive health and rights.
Yes Empowerment Services is a youth-led organisation based in Western Uganda. Founded in 2013, it works with vulnerable youth to help them discover their potential through vocational skills, sexual reproductive health, income generating activities, child rights and socio economic empowerment as a development approach.
Darpan is a women-led voluntary organisation committed to work at the grassroots level in the Indian state of Jharkhand. Since its creation in 1998, Darpan has been working on child protection and child rights issues, including child marriage. The organisation also strives to educate, organise and empower women, men and youth to advocate for social justice, economic growth and self-reliance.
OVIWCE is a youth-led volunteer driven organisation established in Nigeria in 2016. OVIWCE works to end extreme poverty, preventable diseases and other societal issues through advocacy and campaigns that call for the emancipation of women and the empowerment of children and youths, particularly in Nigeria and Africa.
CHI-SL is a child protection organisation that was established in 2013 in Makeni City, Northern Sierra Leone. The organisation runs programmes in capacity building, development, outreach and advocacy. Its main objectives are to meet the intellectual, physical, psychological and social needs of underprivileged children and orphans in Sierra Leone.
CIZ was established in 2015 to meet both immediate and long-term needs of underprivileged children, their families and communities. As a child rights organisation, CIZ is involved in promoting juvenile justice by monitoring child rights violations and giving free legal aid to children who are in conflict with the law as well as defending victims of human rights abuses.